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Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 6:17:35 PM | Parameter Formulae - Moment of Inertia

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I am trying to make a parameter that gives the moment of inertia of an I shaped concrete beam.  After typing in the formula it tells me that there are inconsistant units.  What parameter type should this parameter be, length, number, etc., or is it even possible to store a parameter with units of in^4?  I am referencing the various cross-section dimensions, which are type length, and the end result is in^4, but I guess it is freaking out because in^4 is not lenght.  Any help?

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